Golfers will be in the swing of things to raise money for a disability centre.
Jane Percy House, a residential home for disabled people, is preparing to hold its annual Charity Golf Day.
Organised since 2006, the event raises thousands of pounds to help the facility in Northumberland Road, Cramlington.
And this year, staff are hoping to increase the amount raised for a sensory garden for residents to enjoy.
The golf day will take place on Monday, June 18, returning to Arcot Hall Golf Club for the third time, in an individual stableford format.
Dozens of golfers have so far signed up, and organisers are hoping to break the 100-entrants mark again.
There is a hole-in-one competition sponsored by Silbury Skoda with a car worth around £10,000 as the prize, plus various prizes and trophies for nearest the pin, and also a raffle.
Organisers are still looking for donations from a bottle of wine to a holiday.
Entry is £25 per person or £17 for members, including lunch.
Golfers up to a maximum handicap of 24 are eligible to take part.
For more information or a booking form, contact (01670) 590333 or email email@example.com